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Falanghina, a white grape variety from southern Italy, produces refreshing and aromatic wines with tropical and citrus fruit notes, often used to make dry, medium-bodied whites in Campania and blended wines in Falerno del Massico DOC
Varietal origin: Falanghina is a white grape variety that is native to southern Italy, particularly the Campania region. It is also grown in other regions of Italy, such as Puglia and Molise, as well as in some other countries, including Australia and the United States.
Typical taste profile: Falanghina wines are known for their refreshing and aromatic character. They often exhibit notes of tropical and citrus fruits, such as pineapple, lemon, and orange, with hints of floral and herbal nuances. Falanghina wines are typically dry, medium-bodied, and have moderate acidity, making them versatile and food-friendly.
Regional styles: In Campania, Falanghina is often used to produce still white wines with a crisp and vibrant character. It is also used in the production of blended wines, such as Falerno del Massico DOC, where it is blended with other grape varieties. Some winemakers also produce sparkling Falanghina wines using the Charmat or traditional method.